For the travelling music lover in search of a great venue, who better to ask than the musicians themselves?
Sydney-based freelance travel writer Andrea Black specialises in travel relating to design, history, architecture and music. When visiting a city she will track down vintage vinyl record stores and bring home a local release from way back, the perfect sonic and historic artefact of a time and place. When flying long haul she has one rule, to listen to Link Wray’s 1971 self-titled album in its entirety.
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